At the heart of our Hawaiian values is Malama 'Āina concept, to care for the land from Ma uka (inland) to Ma kai (ocean). We are dedicated to achieving restoration of environmental and social justice; perpetuating our culture and sustainability.
Land and Environmental Health
Ua mau ke ea o ka ʻāina i ka pono (motto of Hawaiʻi), the life of the land is preserved in righteousness.
The Hawaiian word for water is Wai. It holds such value, worth, and importance we say water twice as Wai Wai.
“Ea” is translated as “life” but also means “sovereignty, rule, and independence.
The date is approaching fast for Mākaha Beach Cleanup, don’t miss out!
The big day may have come and gone, but keep in touch as we’re always up to something new and exciting.
Here are some reasons why you should consider joining us:
So what are you waiting for? Sign up for Kingdom Pathways Ohana Day at Mākaha Beach Cleanup and make a difference in your community.
We are looking for those who want to malama our 'Āina (land), Wai (water resource), 'Ai (food resources), if this Kuleana (responsibility) calls to you, please join
When you make a gift, you will instantly receive an email containing a family profile whose lives have been positively impacted by our programs. We have many community engagement events scheduled, such as educational workshops and cultural events, to raise awareness and preserve our cultural heritage.